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    Any tips and advice?? need it 😂😂
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    Cheat.
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    (Original post by Scorpion_Daddy)
    Cheat.
    This or work hard.

    Certain subjects are easier to cheat for
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    (Original post by Scorpion_Daddy)
    Cheat.
    Doesn't really work at A2 tbh.
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    I made this video about 3 tips to get all A's at A-level!

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    (Original post by Naruke)
    This or work hard.

    Certain subjects are easier to cheat for
    what do you mean by cheat hahah?
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    (Original post by amyrachell)
    what do you mean by cheat hahah?
    If you take any subjects which require the use of a calculator, you can purchase a graphical calculator and use it to your advantage. Graphical calculators are allowed, but exam invigilators are supposed to make sure you wipe the memory off of your calculator before you start, since these calculators can store notes and programs. Most exam invigilators just do the job for a quick buck, so they don't fully know the rules. So, you can exploit their incompetence.

    Good luck and be discreet about it.
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    You should revise lots and consistently. Also practice past papers to test yourself.😊
 
 
 
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